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Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said he personally condemned the cartoons published in Jyllands-Posten. In an interview with the Danish TV2 station, Rasmussen said that he respected religious beliefs and that would prevent him from depicting Muhammad, Jesus or any other religious symbol...
The sit in of a group of Sudanese in Cairo ended in bloodshed with around 600 people being taken to Shibīn al-Kum prison.
On the 52nd anniversary of the 1954 proclamation dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood, Khālid Mahmoud Ramadān writes that the clear political platform of Egypt’s largest opposition group has secured it an unprecedented 88 seats in parliament.
In an interview with al-Dustour, Nubian writer Hajjāj Adoul discusses Nubian and Coptic issues in Egypt.
A digest of articles covering Coptic-Muslim Brotherhood relations, focusing on American Coptic leader Michael Munīr’s recent visit to Egypt, halting attempts to establish dialogue between the two groups and the impact of the Brotherhood’s success in the last parliamentary elections on Muslim-Coptic...
Reports about the American desecration of the Qur'ān, Muslims' holy book, in the United States' detention camp of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. This stirred the angry sentiments of Muslims all over the world.
The author criticizes the state’s emergency law, in effect for nearly 25 years, which has helped the state impose its repressive authority on the people and silence opposition parties and views deemed as violating the ordinary permitted framework.
Destour published a text of extremists calling for the death of three Coptic businessmen which led to the subsequent closure of the newspaper and a discussion in the Egyptian press on the (limits of the) freedom of the press. In this week’s translation only the text of the statement of the...


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